Matt Spahn is a Martin Pringle lifer. He began working at Martin Pringle as a legal courier during high school, served as a summer clerk while a student at the University of Washburn School of Law, joined the firm upon graduation as an associate, and is now a partner with the firm. Matt has earned the respect of both his clients and his peers with his trial advocacy, tireless work ethic, and attention to detail. Matt focuses his practice on complex litigation matters, including civil and commercial litigation, medical malpractice and personal injury defense, products liability, and construction law. Matt also consults with individuals and businesses on employment matters.
Matt represents a wide-array of clients involved in complex civil and commercial matters. Matt’s has experience in contractual disputes, insurance coverage questions, insurance defense, and commercial liability. His clients include individuals, local businesses, and both insureds and insurers.
For his entire career, Matt has represented healthcare providers in all stages of litigation. An experienced trial attorney, his medical malpractice litigation experience includes a wide range of medical negligence claims, including significant personal injury and wrongful death claims. Matt’s clients include physicians, nurses, hospitals, and nursing homes.
Matt has extensive experience in product liability matters, defending products manufacturers from across the country. His product liability experience includes representing aircraft manufacturers, component manufacturers, suppliers and distributors. Matt has litigated products liability claims brought throughout the United States.
Matt has represented multiple parties in construction disputes, including construction companies, general contractors, subcontractors, homebuilders and homeowners. He handles a wide array of claims ranging from negligence to contract disputes to project delays.
Kansas Super Lawyer Rising Star, 2017, 2018, 2019
Wichita Business Journal Emerging Leader, 2017
Martin Pringle Website. 2018. "Kansas Court of Appeals Confirms Inapplicability of Kansas Consumer Protection Act Claims Against Regulated Banks" News. https://www.martinpringle.com/news/view/ks-court-of-appeals-confirms-inapplicability-of-kcpa-claims-against-regulat.
"Ex Parte Interview with Treating Physicians: A Promising Update," Kansas Association of Defense Counsel Journal (Fall 2017).
"Actions Speak Louder than Words: The Kansas Supreme Court Finds FedEx Drivers are Employees Not Independent Contractors," view PDF